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C, to score a fine individual goal that gave Wolves a victory. While in France, Wilson worked closely with the first team strikers such as Nouha Dicko, studying things such as movement, and the right time to strike at goal.
Trending Stories. Studies have hinted that significant populations of European gray wolves and other large creatures live in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, the roughly Rhode Island-sized, 1,square-mile section from which people were evacuated and can no longer live.
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While clear of humans, animals are not free from radiation and its health effects, an active and at times controversial area of research. Many questions remain about the extent to which radiation causes mutations in various species, and whether these could be spread outside the zone. In a recent experiment, researchers tracked 13 wolves using collars that could measure radiation, and found that, not unexpectedly, the animals encountered more radiation when they traveled through more contaminated areas.
But one observation in the study, published in the European Journal of Wildlife Research , stuck out: A collared young male took a mile-long trek out of the region, first heading east into Belarus, then into Ukraine, and eventually into Russia. This is the first recorded long-distance wolf migration from within the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone to its surroundings, says study leader Jim Beasley , a wildlife ecologist at the University of Georgia in the United States.
However, it provides further evidence that there are major populations of the animals in the Chernobyl region, Beasley says. This epic trek also raises the question of whether or not the animals could spread mutations to wolf populations outside the area, he adds.
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Studies in other animals—mostly smaller ones like birds, rodents, and insects—show that Chernobyl radiation can cause mutations and ill health effects, says Tim Mousseau , a biologist at the University of South Carolina who was not involved in the recent study. And work done in creatures such as barn swallows and voles suggests these mutations may be transferred to the next generation, he says. These smaller animals also have the potential to spread radioactive contaminants to the environment through their movements, Mousseau notes. But so far, the picture is less clear in wolves, he says.
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